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Born in Brooklyn and raised in the South Bronx, Angel's story was the all too common experience a lot of young men encounter growing up in a marginalized urban community. Losing a lot of his childhood friends, Angel desired more out of life. At the age of 17, he was introduced to dance and has not stopped since. Influenced by South Bronx culture, 
Angel became a bboy gaining national attention as a subway dancer. Realizing he was more than an artist, Angel has also invested his time to mentoring kids in his community, especially his younger brother. Using dance as his platform, Angel founded the Bboy Rebels; a South Bronx dance crew made up of the students Angel mentor’s and trains. Since their inception, 
The Bboy Rebels have performed on many venues including the iconic Apollo Theatre and United Palace. Angel’s work through the Bboy Rebels has been featured on Access Hollywood, the Huffington Post, CNN and an AJ+ documentary short on NYC Subway Performers. 
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